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The old land of Hyrule was once created by the three goddesses; Din, goddess of power, Nayru, goddess of wisdom and Farore, goddess of Courage. When this world was created the goddesses returned to heaven, but before they departed they left behind the legendary Triforce, a golden emblem formed as three triangles which is said to hold great power. Whoever touches the Triforce will see his highest wishes come true. To protect this power and prevent evil forces to get their hands on it, the old sages hid it in the Sacred Realm.

Ocarina of Time is the first of the Zelda series to be made with 3D graphics and was released as the first Zelda game for Nintendo 64. It has for many years been considered one of the best video games of all time.

The story starts with Link, a young boy living in the Kokiri forest where the kokiris live; children who never become adults and are always accompanied by a fairy. Link is an outcast as he has yet to gain himself a fairy, but the story starts as Link has a nightmare and is awakened by a fairy, Navi, asking him to come with her to the guardian of the forest, the Deku Tree. The Deku Tree tells Link that he has been cursed and need Link's help, and as Link obviously chose to do so, he is told about Ganondorf, a cruel man intending to get the triforce into his own hands and use its powers to rule over Hyrule. Link is then sent to talk to Princess Zelda, and from there he embarks on a long journey to stop Ganondorf and save Hyrule, a journey that even sends him through time.

JP: November 21, 1998
NA: November 23, 1998
EU: December 11, 1998
AUS: December 18, 1998
Game Cube
JP: November 7, 2003
NA: November 17, 2003
EU: November 14, 2003
Wii Virtual Console
JP: February 26, 2007
NA: February 26, 2007
EU: February 23, 2007
JP: June 16, 2011
NA: June 19, 2011
EU: June 17, 2011